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Learning to Play an Instrument

Learning to play an instrument is a fun and exciting experience. Whilst it does require...
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Seeing Tuba Outside the Box

The Tuba is an instrument that is finally gaining recognition throughout the music world as an...
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Breathing

The most important thing to remember when playing any brass instrument, particularly the tuba,...
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The importance of warming up in brass playing

Many people will have heard the phrase "warming up" with regards to athletes; the same concept...

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  • Andrew Connington Teddington, TW11 Gold Member

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    I am 2nd Trombone in English National Ballet Philharmonic and freelance with many of the UK's Symphonic and Opera Orchestras. I also deputise on the West End Show: the Lion King.
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    Hi. I am a Horn player and teacher based in Rainhill, Prescot. I teach all brass instruments, piano and music theory. I teach at my home and I travel to most areas within the Liverpool and Greater Manchester areas plus further afield.
  • Simon Minshall Euston, NW1 Silver Member

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    I am enthusiastic about all my teaching and hope to inspire all pupils into learning music. I believe in enjoying what you do, and through a friendly yet productive manner this can be achieved.
  • Becky Pepper Ling Forest, NG18 Silver Member

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    I am Becky, a brass teacher living in the East Midlands and willing to travel.
  • James Buckle Waterloo, SE1 Gold Member

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    Hi, I am a professional trombone player and teacher based in London. I am an enthusiastic teacher, who believes that learning an instrument should be fun and rewarding throughout all ages but equally productive.
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    South East London based trumpet player teaching all levels and ages of brass instruments, specialising in trumpet and cornet.
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  • Seeing Tuba Outside the Box

    Jeremy Morris Tuba Teacher (Sutton) Picture The Tuba is an instrument that is finally gaining recognition throughout the music world as an important asset to any musical group and also as a soloist. With this recognition comes a greater demand from the individual players to push the limits of the conventional Tubist to the modern...
  • Learning to Play an Instrument

    Paul Devlin Tuba Teacher (South West London) Picture Learning to play an instrument is a fun and exciting experience. Whilst it does require discipline and hard work, it can be very rewarding. It is very important that you are enjoying the experience of playing an instrument. At the end of the day, if you're not enjoying something, why are you...
  • The importance of warming up in brass playing Editor's Pick

    Tuba Teacher (North London) Picture Many people will have heard the phrase "warming up" with regards to athletes; the same concept applies when playing any instrument - and particularly for brass instruments. Brass playing is a physical act, and therefore your body needs to be ready to perform in the way you want it to,...

 

  • Why the Tuba should not be overlooked

    Tuba Teacher (South East London) Picture Have you heard of the Brass instrument known as the Tuba? Do you know what it looks like? If you heard one on the radio could you recognize it's sound? Unfortunately, the larger proportion of people I've asked these questions to answer negatively, in many cases the interview is cut short by the...
  • Warming up 'smart' on the Tuba Editor's Pick

    Tuba Teacher (North West London) Picture When playing an instrument such as the tuba, where technical skill can sometimes not be needed as often, it is, for me, very important to keep an underlying mastery of the basics. By this I mean the skills of playing in time, in tune, with a good sound (to quote my own teacher) and to keep the...
  • Steenstrup and Jacobs' 'Song and Wind' for Brass

    Tuba Teacher (Manchester) Picture The teaching methods of perhaps the two most famous and important brass teachers of the 20th century, Kristian Steenstrup and Arnold Jacobs, centre around one basic fundamental principal. 'Good air = Good Sound'. This is a principal which is sadly neglected in modern day brass teaching....